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CBSE Releases Class 12th Results 2024 On Their Official Website, Here’s How To Check Your Scores


New Delhi: The Central Board Of Secondary Education on Monday announced the results for class 12 board exams. 87.98% of students have passed the board exams. Over 24000 candidates have scored above 95% and over 1.16 lakh above 90 per cent. 87.98% of students have passed the board exams. Over 24,000 candidates scored above 95 per cent and over 1.16 lakh above 90 per cent.

Over 1.22 Lakh students have been placed in compartments which is a marginal decrease since last year. Girls have outshined boys by over 6.40 percentage points. Over 91 per cent of girls have passed the CBSE class 12 exams. Students who took exams this year can check their exam results on the official website: and

The results, which mark the culmination of the academic year, can also be viewed directly through DigiLocker, providing a convenient option for students to obtain their mark sheets digitally. Additionally, in the event of high traffic leading to website downtimes, students can alternatively check their results on the UMANG app, ensuring that everyone has immediate access to their performance metrics.

Steps to check CBSE results
Firstly visit the official website at Then click on the ‘CBSE Class XII Senior Secondary Result 2024’ link on the homepage and enter your roll number and other required details in the fields provided and then we can see our provisional marksheet which we can download for future reference.

Websites to check the CBSE results

It is important for all the students that the mark sheet available online is provisional. The final and official mark sheets will be made available through schools and can also be accessed on Digilocker. All schools have already got the necessary security pins and passcodes for the same.

This year, the CBSE conducted the Class 12 exams from February 15 to April 2, in a single shift from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. To pass the CBSE 12th exams, students are required to score at least 33 per cent in both their internals and externals. Students who do not meet this criterion will not be eligible to appear for the compartment exam.

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